5 Celebrities Who Think Young People Should Avoid Plastic Surgery
Believing that young people shouldn’t mess with their youthful looks, these 5 stars have all advised younger celebrities to avoid going under the knife. Some have had cosmetic procedures themselves and believe that although there is great pressure to look good while in the spotlight, those who still have their youth shouldn’t need to mess with their appearance or adjust their face. Believing that an over-fixed look is scary and can actually make people look a lot worse, these wise celebs advise to at least wait before going under the knife and think many celebrities have gone too far at such a young age that they’re already destroyed themselves with too much facial work.
Helen thinks plastic surgery is awful on young people: “The only thing I don’t like on young people is plastic surgery. The purity of youthful beauty is so fantastic to me that it’s horrific when young girls get fake things.”
Jane may have had surgery herself but she doesn’t think young girls need it: “I have had plastic surgery in the past but I don’t want to do it anymore. I get so disturbed when I come out here (Los Angeles) and I see everybody kind of looking alike. We’ve got to show young girls that you can grow old and still live and have sex, and be erotic, and have fun – and have wrinkles.”
Kelli’s father was a plastic surgeon and seeing what people did to themselves shocked her: “Growing up around that (cosmetic surgery) gave me a very nice life as a kid but certainly the idea of beauty in this town is not exactly what I enjoy. The need for a lot of women to go under the knife is hard for me to handle. I think you have to be very careful. It wasn’t normal to be going to
Beverly Hills High School and have kids come to school with various procedures done their sophomore year; I think that’s a very dangerous thing to allow your children to do. People don’t realise the long term effects of it and the upkeep and what it does to your body, particularly with implants, which I had removed when I was 22. I’ve watched every procedure my father has done in his office. There’s a couple of procedures that made me squeamish, like implants and facelifts.”
Michelle thinks there is pressure to look good but young people shouldn’t need to worry: “I do worry about the expectation to look a certain way. I find LA quite scary because of that – all those young people having plastic surgery. But the thing is, I don’t want to look like everyone else. I don’t have perfect teeth, I’m not stick thin. I want to be the person who feels great in her body and can say that she loves it and doesn’t want to change anything.”
Olivia tells young people to avoid surgery: “Don’t cut your face. I am so saddened and grossed out by young women who look like creepy, old aliens because of their new Barbie noses and lips. Is that a smile or a grimace? Did you melt hot wax on your face, or is that your skin? A better approach: Take care of yourself now that you’re old enough to know how. Drink water, sleep eight hours (I wish), and don’t go within 400 feet of a tanning booth or I’ll slap you. Hard.”